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Italian textile machinery will be presented at two seminars
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Feb '11
ACIMIT, the Association of Italian Textile Machinery Manufacturers, and the Italian Institute for Foreign Trade, will organize two technological seminars in Pakistan. The two events will take place in Karachi (March 14th) and Lahore (March 17th).

The following 7 leading Italian manufacturers of textile machinery will present their latest technology developments at the Pakistani textile companies: Loris Bellini, Comez Gestioni, Corino Macchine, Jaeggli Meccanotessile, Mario Crosta, Roj, Simet.

For 2010 Pakistan confirms itself as one of the major destination for Italian exports of textile machinery. In January-October 2010 Italian sales in the Pakistani market totalled a value of Euro 35.5 million (+228% on the same period of the previous year). Among the Asian markets Pakistan is the third one, only behind China and India.

Italian sales in Pakistan for the first ten months of 2010 are divided into spinning (44% of the total), finishing (22%), weaving (15%), accessories (13%) and knitting (6%).

These technological seminars fall into the many initiatives already carried out as part of the ongoing promotional activities organized by ACIMIT and Italian Institute for Foreign Trade over the years in Pakistan. The promotional activities include training courses organized in Italy for Pakistani textile operators and technological seminars occurring in the Country.

ACIMIT, the Association of Italian Textile Machinery Manufacturers


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